Until two years ago, this site, bordering an area of Special Scientific Interest, was covered in rusty old caravans and derelict barns. That was until Bill Gleave, a developer from Hale, Cheshire, decided to turn the run down caravan park in Pistyll, near Nefyn, into a development of bespoke, environmentally sympathetic lodges and stunning, unique barn conversions, with private access to the sand and pebble beach below.
There will be 6 lodges on site in time for the grand Easter opening, which will eventually become 29, most of which will benefit from uninterrupted coastal views. The 8 barn conversions, which mix modern design with original features like exposed Welsh granite walls and timber beams form a picturesque courtyard at the centre of the destination. Where possible reclaimed and local materials have been used and traditional methods employed in construction. The developers even managed to match the original paint colour, giving a true authentic feel.
All accommodation have luxury Italian kitchens and are furnished to a high spec that anyone would expect from a 5* luxury self catering holiday.
It is also one of the best places in Britain to study clear night skies and constellations, thanks to the lack of light pollution, according to the Campaign for Darker Skies. And with the fantastic coastline, the surf of Abersoch, beauty of Snowdonia and Celtic history on hand, Nature’s Point makes the perfect Easter escape.
The Lleyn Peninsula is a largely undeveloped area, where it is hard to find quality, luxurious accommodation. Nature’
You can book a break at Nature’s Point Porth Pistyll online at www.naturespoint.net
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Sustainable Leisure is the name behind Nature’s Point. We’re not a big property developer or a multi-national holiday conglomerate, just a serious business that cares about the environment and the people who choose to stay with us. That’s why we’re as committed to natural materials and sustainable methods as we are to customer service and your holiday experience. Our marketing also has a sustainable edge, which is why our literature is printed on FSC or recycled stock, we use timber signs throughout Nature’s Point and try to communicate by the Internet and e-mail wherever possible to minimise paper trails and Royal Mail Miles.
We are also establishing a charitable fund to invest in special projects for our environment, with a percentage of our profits helping to fund this work. The two principle objectives of the fund will be:
- to invest in initiatives for the benefits of local people
- to invest in initiatives for the benefit of the local environment